(USA TODAY) President Obama indicated Friday he might take executive action on immigration before the November congressional elections, but made no commitments on timing or specifics.
Speaking to reporters at the end of a NATO summit in Wales, Obama said he has begun receiving immigration recommendations from Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
"I suspect that on my flight back, this'll be part of my reading, taking a look at some of the specifics that we've looked at," Obama said. "And I'll be making an announcement soon."
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